Well. This is where it pays off to be a "gamer" I guess.
I only watched about a minute of the "game" which was enough to get the gist of the thing but yes the "tower" sound is very much like that heard in a lot of the sky sound video`s.
What strikes me now though, is that years ago when my son was into playing some of these games, particularly the racing ones, I noticed that there were a lot of alien background things that he was totally oblivious to, because of the intent focus on winning the game.
For instance, I was watching over his shoulder once, and I clearly saw disk shaped ufo`s darting from cloud to cloud over the road, and I asked him what are the ufo`s for?
And at first he didn`t even answer me! I asked again louder. He he huh what?
I asked again.
He answered rather annoyed, there are no ufo`s in this game.
I made him stop and look at the clouds instead of the road and he amazed that he had never noticed it before.
So, I`m wondering about the "tower" sound in the game you pointed out.
And why they set up this "particular" sound to be associated with aliens, violence and war..
If even the so called innocent racing games are rife with alien intrusion, then the games like this tower one, must be a set up for something even more intrusive.
I also wanted to mention that in this Nova Scotia video where the lightning is seen in the back ground, did remind me of several storms we have had here, where there is lightning and very weird thunder that rolls on and on, for much longer then was ever "normal" in the past.
So what I wonder, are these "games" really setting folks up for?
I don`t know, but so far it just seems to me that almost all of these "games" are training humans to beat or take out, other humans, for the alien agenda running in the background.